Monthly Archives: August 2015

A Fabulous Open Day

The rainy misery continues here in Lyminge, with yet another day rained off after some excellent speedy progress in the brief sunny respite yesterday morning. Our last week digging in Lyminge is looking to be one of the wettest and … Continue reading

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Wet days, dry days and new discoveries!

I wrote the last blog post on the day of epic weather last week. With rain, wind, hailstones¬† and a general feeling of impending doom we had to call off work for the day quite early, but happily until yesterday … Continue reading

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Open Day 22nd August 2015!

We’re holding an Open Day on 22nd August 2015, from 10am until 4.30pm. Site tours will be scheduled at 11am, 1pm and 3pm, led by dig director Dr Gabor Thomas and there are activities for children including a ‘Little Dig’, … Continue reading

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A flurry of finds

Week two has brought not only a greater depth to our new slot through the ‘blob’, but an almost endless parade of finds. Fragments from glass vessels such as cone beakers and claw beakers are almost becoming run-of-the-mill! We have … Continue reading

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We’re back! LYM15 begins…

We’re back in the field for an ‘extra’ season, the first time since 2008 that we have returned to open a trench that we have already excavated extensively. Each year we fully excavate the trenches that we open, and until … Continue reading

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